The International Journal of Leadership Studies (IJSPL), a refereed biannual journal published by the Rashtram School of Public Leadership, begins its journey with an issue that focuses on the civilisational arc of leadership. The current issue features research articles which explore leadership lessons and traits in the venerable characters and figures from the Itihasa-Purana tradition as well as the Indian freedom movement, compare canonical texts of multiple civilisations to draw important insights into the phenomenon of leadership, and demonstrate the practical application of such insights in this day and age. One of the research articles offers an analysis of technological solutions to problems faced by present-day polities. It also features a review which delves into a book on education policies adopted in the post-Soviet Era nations of East Europe, and presents an outline of the trends discerned by the book – trends that have important implications for India and other emerging economies.
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